Salt-Water Moon

Project Description:

Photo by Joseph Michael

Salt-Water Moon

A Factory Theatre Production touring with Why Not Theatre

Ambition tore them apart. Can the stars guide them back together?

The First World War is over and every day, the villages of Newfoundland are abandoned for a new life in the big city. Under the light of the moon, two former lovers meet to confront their past choices and contemplate a possible future – together. Director Ravi Jain reimagines this beloved Canadian classic about love, loss, and reconciliation through an intercultural lens, asking the question, “Can you ever truly return home?”

Looking to book Salt-Water Moon for a tour? Contact us at [email protected]

 

High Performance Rodeo
Decidedly Jazz Dance Centre, Jan 17-20 2018

Gateway Theatre
Richmond BC, Feb 15-24 2018

Prairie Theatre Exchange
Winnipeg MB, Jan 25-Feb 11 2018

Written by David French
Directed by Ravi Jain
Lighting Design and Production Management by Kaileigh Krysztofiak
Stage Managed by Tamara Protic

Performed by Kawa Ada/Danny Ghantous, Mayko Nguyen/Bahareh Yaraghi & Ania Soul

“an irresistible reimagining of a Canadian classic”

The Globe & Mail

“Director Ravi Jain’s extraordinary production of Salt-Water Moon, David French’s classic love story, is elementary in the best sense… I can’t imagine a Salt-Water Moon that better captures that very human blend of affection and tension.”

NOW Magazine (5/5 N’s)

“Ravi Jain’s direction is what elevates this production into one of Factory’s best. It’s full of joy and love; tension and loss. It’s a perfect poem that you never want to end.”

Broadway World

“does what any good production of a classic does: reminds us why it’s a classic in the first place.”

Toronto Star